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Dim·mer

(dim'ĕr),
Friedrich, Austrian ophthalmologist, 1855-1926. See: Dimmer keratitis.
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Last year I installed a dimmer switch on the ceiling fan in my living room.
Simplified block diagram of a LED dimmer design with using STM32L011F4P6 32-bit MCU and ILD6150 drivers.
And don't be put off by rather more plain and un-stylish designs found in DIY stores; Lutron's dimmer switch designs provide the ultimate contemporary accessory to complete the design of any interiors room, allowing greater control via slide, tap and Infra-Red (IR) functions, rather than the more traditional low-tech and often clunky rotary switch system.
Lighting adds character to a room, so why not fit dimmer switches to your dining room, bedroom or lounge?
A broken dimmer switch or one set to its lowest point might lead you to believe that your RT is not working.
As the system detects variations in light intensity, it assigns to them 1s or 0s, depending on whether they are brighter or dimmer, respectively, than average for the surface.
IntelaVoice Dimmer, the first voice-activated wall switch that can also dim the lights, will begin shipping to do-it-yourself retailers next month.
Measuring 19 1/2 inches wide, 17 inches tall, and 16 inches deep, the box contains two 40-watt light bulbs wired to a dimmer. By modulating the brightness of the lights, Mr.
LEDs themselves are inherently dimmable, but not necessarily with every driver, and not with every dimmer. Although some LED light sources are as smooth-dimming as incandescent lamps, others can exhibit a wide range of bewildering and less-than-desirable dimming behavior--from dimming erratically, to shifting in color as they dim, to having a very limited dimming range, to producing flicker or noise, to producing no light at all, to simply not dimming.